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Splendid Encountering between Two Cities “Round-trip Ticket Tainan-LA IV: In the Process- Group Exhibition of Tainan-based Artists” Grand opening in Soulangh
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Summary:The Cultural Affairs Bureau of Tainan City Government has announced the grand opening of “Round-trip Ticket Tainan-LA IV: In the Process- Group Exhibition of Tainan-based Artists” will be held on Saturday, April 23rd at A8 in Soulangh Cultural Park. The exhibition is organized by three Tainan-based artists and (Or)ganic Team, formed by a group of post-graduate students from Techno Art Program in National Cheng Kung University. Incorporating multi-media with fascinating artworks, the exhibition is filled with vibrant spirit and splendid technology.


The Cultural Affairs Bureau of Tainan City Government has announced the grand opening of “Round-trip Ticket Tainan-LA IV: In the Process- Group Exhibition of Tainan-based Artists” will be held on Saturday, April 23rd at A8 in Soulangh Cultural Park. The exhibition is organized by three Tainan-based artists and (Or)ganic Team, formed by a group of post-graduate students from Techno Art Program in National Cheng Kung University. Incorporating multi-media with fascinating artworks, the exhibition is filled with vibrant spirit and splendid technology.

 

Soulangh Cultural Park has been dedicated in promoting international art exchanges. Among all the international collaborations, the one between Tainan and LA artists has been progressing rapidly and is still gaining momentum. Through “Round-trip Ticket Tainan-LA”, we hope to build a “3C” partnership, which is community to community, city to city, and culture to culture, as well as to establish in-depth and direct cultural contacts on a regular basis in the long term. 

 

 “Round-trip Ticket Tainan-LA IV: In the Process” presents creations of Tainan-based artists. Extending from the motif of cultural exchanges, the exhibition is organized by Tainan-based artists and teams to present a gateway to local art scene for both domestic and international audience. The splendid encountering between Tainan and LA can thus be in process through the platform.    

 

The curator of the exhibition is Dr. Ming Turner, Assistant Professor at the Institute of Creative Industries Design and Head of Visual Arts at Art Center in National Cheng Kung University. Participant artists, including Yen-Ling Lin, Jeong-Lieh Farh, Sheng-Chien Hsiao, and (Or)ganic Team (Ting-Yi Yu, Pei-Shan Huang, Yi-Ning Lo, Tai-You Ye, Yi-Chin Lee, Fan Hsu) from Techno Art Program in National Cheng Kung University, create brilliant artworks to echo the theme of cultural exchanges.  

 

 “Dreamers”, created by Yen-Ling Lin, presents a series of 3D portraits through the use of wool felts. Lin skillfully and precisely knitted the degenderized portraits lacking clothes and hairs and embodied with strong characters. The work alludes to the obscure and depressed emotions and state of mind of individuals in modern society. Jeong-Lieh Farh carved the hard basalt and marble to express the passion and dramatic emotion and feelings of the artist himself. “Tinted Ocean”, a sculpture made of dark basalt, contrasting with “Go with the Flow”, the white marbles, together create an interesting rhythm of black and white, solid and abstract disparity. “Sunrise and Sunset”, a mechanical installation made of existing objects and created by Sheng-Chien Hsiao, imitates various sounds from nature in order to reveal the damages and threats technology caused to nature.     

 

 (Or)ganic Team is formed by six post-graduate students in the Techno Art Program of National Cheng Kung University. In “If You Can See What I’ve Seen”, Fan Hsu uses grating sheets to create duplicate circles through the repetitive arrangement of sheets in an attempt to emphasize the cultural connotation of circles, represented by the historic roundabout in the ancient capital or the local specialty, round protruding cakes, in Tainan.“Come Closer” created by Yi-Chin Lee, is built with an inconspicuous wooden stool and a copper handle. When touched by hands, the installation is activated and generates pleasant melody. It pinpoints the need for individuals to break down barriers of alienation and strangeness through physically getting connected to each other. Ting-Yi Yu and Pei-Shan Huang collectively create the work “Stop Desiring Their Pelts” to show the resent and rage of animals against habitat destruction from human activities. “Internal Entanglement”, co-produced by Yi-Ning Lo and Tai-You Ye, indicates intricate and complex thoughts and mental condition by using interactive mechanical installation and colorful threads.      

 

 “Round-trip Ticket Tainan-LA IV: In the Process- Group Exhibition of Tainan-based Artists” will be on display from Saturday, April 23rd, 2016 to Saturday, July 23rd, 2016 at A8 in Soulangh Cultural Park. Opening hours: 9AM~17PM, Wednesday to Sunday (Monday and Tuesday off). Everyone is welcome!  

 

 

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